Sometimes the host of a beauty pageant can provide as much entertainment as the contestants. Even a perfectly timed eye roll can leave a mark.
The 2019 Miss Universe pageant aired December 8 on Fox with Steve Harvey serving as the host.
Ninety women from around the world participated.
Unlike some other recent beauty pageants, though, this one was striking due to the lack of controversial remarks made by the women. Two questions and answers did raise an eyebrow, though during the segment with the final five contestants.
Eventual pageant winner Miss South Africa, Zozibini Tunzi, was asked by Harvey about her opinion on if world leaders are doing enough to protect future generations from climate change.
As soon as he finished the question, he noticeably rolled his eyes. Then Miss South Africa delivered an answer using a standard talking point by the climate alarmists – the planet is dying.
Steve Harvey: Are leaders of today doing enough to protect future generations for climate change? If not, what else should they be doing?
Miss South Africa: I think future leaders could do a little bit more. But, however, I feel we as individuals ourselves can also play a part in making the climate the way it should be in the future. I mean, we have children protesting for climate and I feel like as adults we should join as well, we should have corporations join as well, and the government should take it seriously.
I mean from sixth grade I’ve been learning that the climate is deteriorating and the planet is dying and up to us to keep our planet safe. Thank you.
Liberal propaganda about climate change apparently starts in elementary school in South Africa, just like it does in America.
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